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That's No Lady

Are you one of those queens troubled with the creeping (creepy?) heteronormativity of our community? Do you lay awake at night debating whether you are bisexua Comments (1)

Next To Moral

“I cried my makeup off!” one young woman squealed as she joined her blubbering friends after seeing “Dear Evan Hansen,” the hear Comment

The GOP Frontrunner’s Revolving Door Views on LGBT Rights

In an April 21 appearance on NBC’s “Today Show,” Donald Trump, the Republican presidential primary frontrunner, weighed in on the simmering controversy over transgender access to public bathrooms in a way that gave his leading rival, Texas Senator Ted Cruz, hope he’d been handed a perfect wedge to fire up the party’s Comments (6)
From the Editor

Hillary’s Moment

Just when it seemed that divisive feelings threatened to overwhelm the Democratic presidential primary contest, Hillary Clinton has assumed a commanding position in the race to this summer’s Philadelphia convent Comments (11)

Amidst Raleigh Protest, Bathroom Barrier Breached

As the North Carolina Legislature convened on April 25 for the first time Comment

State Funds Seven Agencies to Implement PrEP Plan

As the Cuomo administration embarked on an ambitious plan in 2014 to reduce the number of new HIV infections in New York from the current roughly 3,000 a year to 750 annually by 2020, it Comments (10)

Fifteen Years for “Crime” That Didn’t Happen

Mike Ware of the Innocence Project of Texas; San Antonio 4 members Anna Vasquez, Elizabeth Ramirez, Cassandra Rivera, Kristie Mayhugh; Kelly Michaels; and Debbie […] Comment

Marriage Equality USA Celebrates 20 Years With a "Thank You"

PHOTO ESSAY BY DONNA ACETO | Having achieved its mission last June at the United States Supreme Court, Marriage Equali Comments (6)
Guest Perspective

Big Man on Campus

Not long ago I attended a play on 10th Avenue in a ramshackle building in the West 50s. One of those neglected structures with an elevator that takes five minutes to travel three floors. In was a late winter evening and the play took place in a dark, drafty loft space, a totally forgettable performance, so unremarkable that I can’t begin to remember the title of the Comments (1)

Savion Glover’s Steps, Though Not His Feet  

Savion Glover, in a new collaboration with director George C. Wolfe, choreographs “Shuffle Along or the Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All that Followed.” | COURTESY: PHILIP […] Comments (1)

A Pope to Believe In

There will probably never be another Golden Age of Cabaret as there was in the 1970s, when nearly every block in Manhattan seemed to have at least one boîte where supernovas, almost-stars with cult followings, and unknowns alike could get up on stage and attempt to bring an a Comments (327)

A New Look at Fassbinder  

Sometimes it feels like the late German director Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s image as a bad boy has outlived his films. While Robert Katz’s tabloid bio “Love Is Colder Than Death” (named after Fassbinder’s first film) remains out of print, documentari Comments (27)

Power Beyond Words

Irish filmmaker Paddy Breathnach’s crowd-pleasing “Viva” is set in the world of Cuban drag queens. Jesús (Héctor Medina) is a hairdresser who works for Mama (Luis Alberto García), a pe Comments (2)

Honoring Mary-Louise Parker, Center Raises Over $1 Million

PHOTO ESSAY BY ALLYSON HOWARD PHOTOGRAPHY | In a splashy April 14 gala at Cipriani Wall Street, the Comments (1)
Susie Day

Another Ring Cycle

Naughty and heedless Clarinda, a baby dyke just out of reform school, arrives at the lesbian town of Uterville on the very day the locals are holding their joyous Festival of the Social Change Workshops! Lesbian peasants and nobles alike, in brightly colored overalls and drawstring pants, sing and dance to their simple womyn’s folk songs, while the naughty Clarinda goes around putting itching power on everyone’s s Comments (4)
Media Circus

Where Laurie Metcalf Takes On John Wayne

The toilet that once dared not speak its name now w Comment

Low Voltage “Elektra”  

In the world of opera, Richard Strauss’ “Elektra” (1909) defines the concept of “larger than life. Except for its tidy 100-minute length, this Comments (1)
Kelly Jean Cogswell

Nuit Debout: This Revolution Is Not for You

Revolutions don’t excite me any more. They’re never for me. Not Occupy Wall Street. Not the new social movement going on in France right now, called “Nuit debout” and centered Comment

Thank God for Mike


Stealing Time

If somebody offe Comment

Finding One’s Own Way

Among the many fascinating and thought-provoking moments in J. Julian Comment

Salem Lives

There is no more terrifying moment to be seen on a Broadway stage in this season  Comment

Modern Morality

“You have to allow less intelligent people to Comments (1)


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